WHAT IS “BM3T?”
BM3T (B’nei Mitzvah Magical Mystery Tour) is Temple Beth Elohim’s 6th-7th grade learning program.
BM3T is a bridge between the Limud (K-5) and Havayah (8-12) programs. It includes classroom learning, community service work, informal learning on a Shabbaton (retreat), community building, social activities and JELLY (junior youth group). BM3T engages students in learning and action through Limudei Yahadut (Judaic Studies) and Ma’asim Tovim (Community Service). These programs enable students to explore Jewish History and Text, and the impact Judaism has in their lives. All BM3T activities are geared toward helping students develop their identities as emerging Jewish adults and members of the global Jewish community.
If you would like to visit the school, or find more information about our program please contact Dr. Judy Avnery
, Director of Limud & BM3
T program, (781) 235-8419 x210.
October 19-21, 2012 - Our BM3T (grades 6 & 7) students spent the weekend at
URJ Eisner Camp learning about and building kehilah kedoshah (holy
community). We spent Shabbat sharing our ideas about what it means to be
a part of and contribute to kehilah Kedosha. Our amazing adventure included prayer, text exploration and having FUN! Click here to see pictures of the weekend and learn more about BM3T at TBEYouth.org.
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